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06-15 18:15 - 'Most exchanges offer a public API for the latest trades, some in sub-second resolution. You can write a little program or script that uses e.g. curl for retrieving the data. Here is an example for retrieving the 1000 lates...' by /u/HerthaParuskie removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-5min

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Most exchanges offer a public API for the latest trades, some in sub-second resolution. You can write a little program or script that uses e.g. curl for retrieving the data. Here is an example for retrieving the 1000 latest trades in the Bitcoin/Euro trading pair:
curl -s [link]^^2 
(this works in Linux bash and macOS Terminal app. For Win10 you'd have to download curl from curl.haxx.se, I think.)
You receive the latest 1000 trades in JSON format with a precise timestamp each (at Kraken that's currently around 30 to 60 minutes worth of trading timespan). If you need the prices in USD, use XBTUSD instead of XBTEUR. The full API documentation is at [[link]3
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From the creators of LocalMonero: AgoraDesk! An unprecedented Local* (i.e. P2P OTC) exchange for trading not only Monero and Bitcoin but also physically settled XMR- and BTC-based option contracts! This is the first exchange of its kind. Trade XMR and BTC options as you'd trade XMR on LocalMonero!

Introducing AgoraDesk

We've been working on this one for quite some time now, but we're very excited to present you guys with AgoraDesk, which, in addition to being essentially an alternative LocalMonero front-end which adds Bitcoin to the platform, also happens to be the world's first P2P OTC cryptocurrency options exchange. With physical settlement, no less. And straight out of the gate we support both XMR- and BTC-based contracts.

Features

AgoraDesk's features include everything you expect from LocalMonero and more:
As can be noticed from our feature set, since we come from a Monero background, AgoraDesk inherits the same privacy bent as LocalMonero.

Why P2P OTC options?

Because until today one could only have access to these sorts of instruments if they went through tedious verification processes of the centralized exchanges. In addition, many countries/regions (even the US in some instances) are simply banned from accessing these instruments on most popular centralized exchanges. Since our platform is completely P2P and OTC (no standardized instruments), we can afford not to impose any such restrictions.

Leveraged Trading for All

Call options (i.e. the right to buy), for instance, can serve as an alternative to a leveraged long position upon the underlying asset. If you buy a call option for an underlying of $100 worth of BTC for a premium of $1 then you're in a position similar to a x100 leveraged long position. Initially, you only pay the $1 premium to the call option seller, and if the price increases x2 then you profit $99. Pay $1, get 100$. If the price drops, you simply let your call option expire, and your losses are limited to the premium you payed - $1.
Put options (i.e. the right to sell), likewise, can serve as alternatives to a leveraged short position.

Risk Hedging for All

In addition to "leveraged trading", calls and puts can be used to hedge yourself against price fluctuation risks if you happen to receive or make payments in BTC and/or XMR.
For example, you sell beautiful Monero-inspired art and receive payment in XMR. Every month you pay expenses in USD: rent, electricity, internet bills, food, and so on. Assume your monthly USD expenses are $1000. Under the current XMR price, you make enough per month to cover your expenses, but you are worried that a sudden drop in the price might affect your ability to pay at the end of the month. To guard against this, you simply buy a put option with an underlying of $1000 worth of XMR that expires at the end of the month. If the price goes up - you let the option expire, sell your XMR on the spot market and reap the profit. If the price goes down - you exercise the option and are able to cover your expenses despite the price going down.
These and many more advantages to be reaped from being able to trade options in a P2P OTC manner are now, for the first time in the cryptocurrency industry, available to the you.

What if the seller or buyer runs off? How does AgoraDesk guards against counterparty risk in option trades?

Through a special escrow and trade process. You can read more about it here.

What is the relationship between AgoraDesk and LocalMonero?

We've made a Venn diagram to illustrate the overlap in functionality.

So, what does this mean for LocalMonero, what if I don't care about trading Bitcoins or options?

Everything on LocalMonero will stay exactly as it is. If you don't care about BTC and/or options then you can keep using the platform exactly as you used it before. There will be no new complex extra buttons or other interface changes that shoehorn BTC and options into the LocalMonero experience.

How does my LocalMonero account relate to my AgoraDesk account? Is the XMR balance shared?

LocalMonero and AgoraDesk accounts are completely shared. You don't need to register on AgoraDesk if you have a LocalMonero account, just use the same login/pass on AgoraDesk to login and you'll see your balance, reputation, ads, trades and everything else will be visible within AgoraDesk.
The same is also true for any account that gets registered on AgoraDesk - the XMR balance, XMR ads, XMR trades and everything XMR related will be visible when you login to LocalMonero using the AgoraDesk login/pass.

If I create an ad on LocalMonero, will it be visibile to people searching for XMR ads on AgoraDesk?

Yes! Anyone browsing AgoraDesk searching for XMR ads will be able to see your ad and open a trade with you, and you will be able to undertake the trade exactly as you did before. For all intents and purposes it's as if the counterparty was replying to your ad on LocalMonero.

If I create a BTC or option ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

No. We wanted to keep the LocalMonero core functionality exactly as it is so as to not force unnecessary extra complexity on the people who just want to deal with Monero.

If I create an XMR ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

Yes! And any LocalMonero user would be able to open a trade with you, just like they would on AgoraDesk.

Find us:

Site: https://agoradesk.com
Onion portal
I2P portal
Reddit: /AgoraDesk
Telegram: @AgoraDesk
submitted by Alex_LocalMonero to Monero [link] [comments]

From the creators of LocalMonero: AgoraDesk! An unprecedented Local* (i.e. P2P OTC) exchange for trading not only Monero and Bitcoin but also physically settled XMR- and BTC-based option contracts! This is the first exchange of its kind. Trade XMR and BTC options as you'd trade XMR on LocalMonero!

Introducing AgoraDesk

We've been working on this one for quite some time now, but we're very excited to present you guys with AgoraDesk, which, in addition to being essentially an alternative LocalMonero front-end which adds Bitcoin to the platform, also happens to be the world's first P2P OTC cryptocurrency options exchange. With physical settlement, no less. And straight out of the gate we support both XMR- and BTC-based contracts.

Features

AgoraDesk's features include everything you expect from LocalMonero and more:
As can be noticed from our feature set, since we come from a Monero background, AgoraDesk inherits the same privacy bent as LocalMonero.

Why P2P OTC options?

Because until today one could only have access to these sorts of instruments if they went through tedious verification processes of the centralized exchanges. In addition, many countries/regions (even the US in some instances) are simply banned from accessing these instruments on most popular centralized exchanges. Since our platform is completely P2P and OTC (no standardized instruments), we can afford not to impose any such restrictions.

Leveraged Trading for All

Call options (i.e. the right to buy), for instance, can serve as an alternative to a leveraged long position upon the underlying asset. If you buy a call option for an underlying of $100 worth of BTC for a premium of $1 then you're in a position similar to a x100 leveraged long position. Initially, you only pay the $1 premium to the call option seller, and if the price increases x2 then you profit $99. Pay $1, get 100$. If the price drops, you simply let your call option expire, and your losses are limited to the premium you payed - $1.
Put options (i.e. the right to sell), likewise, can serve as alternatives to a leveraged short position.

Risk Hedging for All

In addition to "leveraged trading", calls and puts can be used to hedge yourself against price fluctuation risks if you happen to receive or make payments in BTC and/or XMR.
For example, you sell beautiful Monero-inspired art and receive payment in XMR. Every month you pay expenses in USD: rent, electricity, internet bills, food, and so on. Assume your monthly USD expenses are $1000. Under the current XMR price, you make enough per month to cover your expenses, but you are worried that a sudden drop in the price might affect your ability to pay at the end of the month. To guard against this, you simply buy a put option with an underlying of $1000 worth of XMR that expires at the end of the month. If the price goes up - you let the option expire, sell your XMR on the spot market and reap the profit. If the price goes down - you exercise the option and are able to cover your expenses despite the price going down.
These and many more advantages to be reaped from being able to trade options in a P2P OTC manner are now, for the first time in the cryptocurrency industry, available to the you.

What if the seller or buyer runs off? How does AgoraDesk guards against counterparty risk in option trades?

Through a special escrow and trade process. You can read more about it here.

What is the relationship between AgoraDesk and LocalMonero?

We've made a Venn diagram to illustrate the overlap in functionality.

So, what does this mean for LocalMonero, what if I don't care about trading Bitcoins or options?

Everything on LocalMonero will stay exactly as it is. If you don't care about BTC and/or options then you can keep using the platform exactly as you used it before. There will be no new complex extra buttons or other interface changes that shoehorn BTC and options into the LocalMonero experience.

How does my LocalMonero account relate to my AgoraDesk account? Is the XMR balance shared?

LocalMonero and AgoraDesk accounts are completely shared. You don't need to register on AgoraDesk if you have a LocalMonero account, just use the same login/pass on AgoraDesk to login and you'll see your balance, reputation, ads, trades and everything else will be visible within AgoraDesk.
The same is also true for any account that gets registered on AgoraDesk - the XMR balance, XMR ads, XMR trades and everything XMR related will be visible when you login to LocalMonero using the AgoraDesk login/pass.

If I create an ad on LocalMonero, will it be visibile to people searching for XMR ads on AgoraDesk?

Yes! Anyone browsing AgoraDesk searching for XMR ads will be able to see your ad and open a trade with you, and you will be able to undertake the trade exactly as you did before. For all intents and purposes it's as if the counterparty was replying to your ad on LocalMonero.

If I create a BTC or option ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

No. We wanted to keep the LocalMonero core functionality exactly as it is so as to not force unnecessary extra complexity on the people who just want to deal with Monero.

If I create an XMR ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

Yes! And any LocalMonero user would be able to open a trade with you, just like they would on AgoraDesk.

Find us:

Site: https://agoradesk.com
Onion portal
I2P portal
Reddit: /AgoraDesk
Telegram: @AgoraDesk
submitted by Alex_LocalMonero to AgoraDesk [link] [comments]

From the creators of LocalMonero: AgoraDesk! An unprecedented Local* (i.e. P2P OTC) exchange for trading not only Monero and Bitcoin but also physically settled XMR- and BTC-based option contracts! This is the first exchange of its kind. Trade XMR and BTC options as you'd trade XMR on LocalMonero!

Introducing AgoraDesk

We've been working on this one for quite some time now, but we're very excited to present you guys with AgoraDesk, which, in addition to being essentially an alternative LocalMonero front-end which adds Bitcoin to the platform, also happens to be the world's first P2P OTC cryptocurrency options exchange. With physical settlement, no less. And straight out of the gate we support both XMR- and BTC-based contracts.

Features

AgoraDesk's features include everything you expect from LocalMonero and more:
As can be noticed from our feature set, since we come from a Monero background, AgoraDesk inherits the same privacy bent as LocalMonero.

Why P2P OTC options?

Because until today one could only have access to these sorts of instruments if they went through tedious verification processes of the centralized exchanges. In addition, many countries/regions (even the US in some instances) are simply banned from accessing these instruments on most popular centralized exchanges. Since our platform is completely P2P and OTC (no standardized instruments), we can afford not to impose any such restrictions.

Leveraged Trading for All

Call options (i.e. the right to buy), for instance, can serve as an alternative to a leveraged long position upon the underlying asset. If you buy a call option for an underlying of $100 worth of BTC for a premium of $1 then you're in a position similar to a x100 leveraged long position. Initially, you only pay the $1 premium to the call option seller, and if the price increases x2 then you profit $99. Pay $1, get 100$. If the price drops, you simply let your call option expire, and your losses are limited to the premium you payed - $1.
Put options (i.e. the right to sell), likewise, can serve as alternatives to a leveraged short position.

Risk Hedging for All

In addition to "leveraged trading", calls and puts can be used to hedge yourself against price fluctuation risks if you happen to receive or make payments in BTC and/or XMR.
For example, you sell beautiful Monero-inspired art and receive payment in XMR. Every month you pay expenses in USD: rent, electricity, internet bills, food, and so on. Assume your monthly USD expenses are $1000. Under the current XMR price, you make enough per month to cover your expenses, but you are worried that a sudden drop in the price might affect your ability to pay at the end of the month. To guard against this, you simply buy a put option with an underlying of $1000 worth of XMR that expires at the end of the month. If the price goes up - you let the option expire, sell your XMR on the spot market and reap the profit. If the price goes down - you exercise the option and are able to cover your expenses despite the price going down.
These and many more advantages to be reaped from being able to trade options in a P2P OTC manner are now, for the first time in the cryptocurrency industry, available to the you.

What if the seller or buyer runs off? How does AgoraDesk guards against counterparty risk in option trades?

Through a special escrow and trade process. You can read more about it here.

What is the relationship between AgoraDesk and LocalMonero?

We've made a Venn diagram to illustrate the overlap in functionality.

So, what does this mean for LocalMonero, what if I don't care about trading Bitcoins or options?

Everything on LocalMonero will stay exactly as it is. If you don't care about BTC and/or options then you can keep using the platform exactly as you used it before. There will be no new complex extra buttons or other interface changes that shoehorn BTC and options into the LocalMonero experience.

How does my LocalMonero account relate to my AgoraDesk account? Is the XMR balance shared?

LocalMonero and AgoraDesk accounts are completely shared. You don't need to register on AgoraDesk if you have a LocalMonero account, just use the same login/pass on AgoraDesk to login and you'll see your balance, reputation, ads, trades and everything else will be visible within AgoraDesk.
The same is also true for any account that gets registered on AgoraDesk - the XMR balance, XMR ads, XMR trades and everything XMR related will be visible when you login to LocalMonero using the AgoraDesk login/pass.

If I create an ad on LocalMonero, will it be visibile to people searching for XMR ads on AgoraDesk?

Yes! Anyone browsing AgoraDesk searching for XMR ads will be able to see your ad and open a trade with you, and you will be able to undertake the trade exactly as you did before. For all intents and purposes it's as if the counterparty was replying to your ad on LocalMonero.

If I create a BTC or option ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

No. We wanted to keep the LocalMonero core functionality exactly as it is so as to not force unnecessary extra complexity on the people who just want to deal with Monero.

If I create an XMR ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

Yes! And any LocalMonero user would be able to open a trade with you, just like they would on AgoraDesk.

Find us:

Site: https://agoradesk.com
Onion portal
I2P portal
Reddit: /AgoraDesk
Telegram: @AgoraDesk
submitted by Alex_LocalMonero to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

From the creators of LocalMonero: AgoraDesk! An unprecedented Local* (i.e. P2P OTC) exchange that supports trading not just Bitcoin but also physically settled BTC-based option contracts! This is the first exchange of its kind. Trade BTC and BTC options as you'd trade BTC on LocalBitcoins!

Introducing AgoraDesk

We've been working on this one for quite some time now, but we're very excited to present you guys with AgoraDesk, which happens to be the world's first P2P OTC cryptocurrency options exchange. With physical settlement, no less. And straight out of the gate we support BTC-based contracts.

Features

AgoraDesk's features include:
As can be noticed from our feature set, AgoraDesk has quite the privacy bent.

Why P2P OTC options?

Because until today one could only have access to these sorts of instruments if they went through tedious verification processes of the centralized exchanges. In addition, many countries/regions (even the US in some instances) are simply banned from accessing these instruments on most popular centralized exchanges. Since our platform is completely P2P and OTC (no standardized instruments), we can afford not to impose any such restrictions.

Leveraged Trading for All

Call options (i.e. the right to buy), for instance, can serve as an alternative to a leveraged long position upon the underlying asset. If you buy a call option for an underlying of $100 worth of BTC for a premium of $1 then you're in a position similar to a x100 leveraged long position. Initially, you only pay the $1 premium to the call option seller, and if the price increases x2 then you profit $99. Pay $1, get 100$. If the price drops, you simply let your call option expire, and your losses are limited to the premium you payed - $1.
Put options (i.e. the right to sell), likewise, can serve as alternatives to a leveraged short position.

Risk Hedging for All

In addition to "leveraged trading", calls and puts can be used to hedge yourself against price fluctuation risks if you happen to receive or make payments in BTC.
For example, you sell artworks and receive payment in BTC. Every month you pay expenses in USD: rent, electricity, internet bills, food, and so on. Assume your monthly USD expenses are $1000. Under the current BTC price, you make enough per month to cover your expenses, but you are worried that a sudden drop in the price might affect your ability to pay at the end of the month. To guard against this, you simply buy a put option with an underlying of $1000 worth of BTC that expires at the end of the month. If the price goes up - you let the option expire, sell your BTC on the spot market and reap the profit. If the price goes down - you exercise the option and are able to cover your expenses despite the price going down.
These and many more advantages to be reaped from being able to trade options in a P2P OTC manner are now, for the first time in the cryptocurrency industry, available to the you.

Find us:

Site: https://agoradesk.com
Onion portal
I2P portal
Reddit: /AgoraDesk
Telegram: @AgoraDesk
submitted by Alex_LocalMonero to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

From the creators of LocalMonero: AgoraDesk! An unprecedented Local* (i.e. P2P OTC) exchange for trading not only Monero and Bitcoin but also physically settled XMR- and BTC-based option contracts! This is the first exchange of its kind. Trade XMR and BTC options as you'd trade XMR on LocalMonero!

Introducing AgoraDesk

We've been working on this one for quite some time now, but we're very excited to present you guys with AgoraDesk, which, in addition to being essentially an alternative LocalMonero front-end which adds Bitcoin to the platform, also happens to be the world's first P2P OTC cryptocurrency options exchange. With physical settlement, no less. And straight out of the gate we support both XMR- and BTC-based contracts.

Features

AgoraDesk's features include everything you expect from LocalMonero and more:
As can be noticed from our feature set, since we come from a Monero background, AgoraDesk inherits the same privacy bent as LocalMonero.

Why P2P OTC options?

Because until today one could only have access to these sorts of instruments if they went through tedious verification processes of the centralized exchanges. In addition, many countries/regions (even the US in some instances) are simply banned from accessing these instruments on most popular centralized exchanges. Since our platform is completely P2P and OTC (no standardized instruments), we can afford not to impose any such restrictions.

Leveraged Trading for All

Call options (i.e. the right to buy), for instance, can serve as an alternative to a leveraged long position upon the underlying asset. If you buy a call option for an underlying of $100 worth of BTC for a premium of $1 then you're in a position similar to a x100 leveraged long position. Initially, you only pay the $1 premium to the call option seller, and if the price increases x2 then you profit $99. Pay $1, get 100$. If the price drops, you simply let your call option expire, and your losses are limited to the premium you payed - $1.
Put options (i.e. the right to sell), likewise, can serve as alternatives to a leveraged short position.

Risk Hedging for All

In addition to "leveraged trading", calls and puts can be used to hedge yourself against price fluctuation risks if you happen to receive or make payments in BTC and/or XMR.
For example, you sell beautiful Monero-inspired art and receive payment in XMR. Every month you pay expenses in USD: rent, electricity, internet bills, food, and so on. Assume your monthly USD expenses are $1000. Under the current XMR price, you make enough per month to cover your expenses, but you are worried that a sudden drop in the price might affect your ability to pay at the end of the month. To guard against this, you simply buy a put option with an underlying of $1000 worth of XMR that expires at the end of the month. If the price goes up - you let the option expire, sell your XMR on the spot market and reap the profit. If the price goes down - you exercise the option and are able to cover your expenses despite the price going down.
These and many more advantages to be reaped from being able to trade options in a P2P OTC manner are now, for the first time in the cryptocurrency industry, available to the you.

What if the seller or buyer runs off? How does AgoraDesk guards against counterparty risk in option trades?

Through a special escrow and trade process. You can read more about it here.

What is the relationship between AgoraDesk and LocalMonero?

We've made a Venn diagram to illustrate the overlap in functionality.

So, what does this mean for LocalMonero, what if I don't care about trading Bitcoins or options?

Everything on LocalMonero will stay exactly as it is. If you don't care about BTC and/or options then you can keep using the platform exactly as you used it before. There will be no new complex extra buttons or other interface changes that shoehorn BTC and options into the LocalMonero experience.

How does my LocalMonero account relate to my AgoraDesk account? Is the XMR balance shared?

LocalMonero and AgoraDesk accounts are completely shared. You don't need to register on AgoraDesk if you have a LocalMonero account, just use the same login/pass on AgoraDesk to login and you'll see your balance, reputation, ads, trades and everything else will be visible within AgoraDesk.
The same is also true for any account that gets registered on AgoraDesk - the XMR balance, XMR ads, XMR trades and everything XMR related will be visible when you login to LocalMonero using the AgoraDesk login/pass.

If I create an ad on LocalMonero, will it be visibile to people searching for XMR ads on AgoraDesk?

Yes! Anyone browsing AgoraDesk searching for XMR ads will be able to see your ad and open a trade with you, and you will be able to undertake the trade exactly as you did before. For all intents and purposes it's as if the counterparty was replying to your ad on LocalMonero.

If I create a BTC or option ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

No. We wanted to keep the LocalMonero core functionality exactly as it is so as to not force unnecessary extra complexity on the people who just want to deal with Monero.

If I create an XMR ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

Yes! And any LocalMonero user would be able to open a trade with you, just like they would on AgoraDesk.

Find us:

Site: https://agoradesk.com
Onion portal
I2P portal
Reddit: /AgoraDesk
Telegram: @AgoraDesk
submitted by Alex_LocalMonero to CryptoMarkets [link] [comments]

09-30 13:33 - 'From the creators of LocalMonero: AgoraDesk! An unprecedented Local* (i.e. P2P OTC) exchange for trading not only Monero and Bitcoin but also physically settled XMR- and BTC-based option contracts! This...' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Alex_LocalMonero removed from /r/Bitcoin within 11-21min

'''
From the creators of LocalMonero: AgoraDesk! An unprecedented Local* (i.e. P2P OTC) exchange for trading not only Monero and Bitcoin but also physically settled XMR- and BTC-based option contracts! This is the first exchange of its kind. Trade XMR and BTC options as you'd trade XMR on LocalMonero!

Introducing [AgoraDesk]1

We've been working on this one for quite some time now, but we're very excited to present you guys with [AgoraDesk]1 , which, in addition to being essentially an alternative [LocalMonero]3 front-end which adds Bitcoin to the platform, also happens to be the world's first P2P OTC cryptocurrency options exchange. With physical settlement, no less. And straight out of the gate we support both XMR- and BTC-based contracts.

Features

AgoraDesk's features include everything you expect from LocalMonero and more:
As can be noticed from our feature set, since we come from a Monero background, AgoraDesk inherits the same privacy bent as LocalMonero.

Why P2P OTC options?

Because until today one could only have access to these sorts of instruments if they went through tedious verification processes of the centralized exchanges. In addition, many countries/regions (even the US in some instances) are simply banned from accessing these instruments on most popular centralized exchanges. Since our platform is completely P2P and OTC (no standardized instruments), we can afford not to impose any such restrictions.

Leveraged Trading for All

Call options (i.e. the right to buy), for instance, can serve as an alternative to a leveraged long position upon the underlying asset. If you buy a call option for an underlying of $100 worth of BTC for a premium of $1 then you're in a position similar to a x100 leveraged long position. Initially, you only pay the $1 premium to the call option seller, and if the price increases x2 then you profit $99. Pay $1, get 100$. If the price drops, you simply let your call option expire, and your losses are limited to the premium you payed - $1.
Put options (i.e. the right to sell), likewise, can serve as alternatives to a leveraged short position.

Risk Hedging for All

In addition to "leveraged trading", calls and puts can be used to hedge yourself against price fluctuation risks if you happen to receive or make payments in BTC and/or XMR.
For example, you [sell beautiful Monero-inspired art]9 and receive payment in XMR. Every month you pay expenses in USD: rent, electricity, internet bills, food, and so on. Assume your monthly USD expenses are $1000. Under the current XMR price, you make enough per month to cover your expenses, but you are worried that a sudden drop in the price might affect your ability to pay at the end of the month. To guard against this, you simply buy a put option with an underlying of $1000 worth of XMR that expires at the end of the month. If the price goes up - you let the option expire, sell your XMR on the spot market and reap the profit. If the price goes down - you exercise the option and are able to cover your expenses despite the price going down.
These and many more advantages to be reaped from being able to trade options in a P2P OTC manner are now, for the first time in the cryptocurrency industry, available to the you.

What is the relationship between AgoraDesk and LocalMonero?

We've made a [Venn diagram]10 to illustrate the overlap in functionality.

So, what does this mean for LocalMonero, what if I don't care about trading Bitcoins or options?

Everything on LocalMonero will stay exactly as it is. If you don't care about BTC and/or options then you can keep using the platform exactly as you used it before. There will be no new complex extra buttons or other interface changes that shoehorn BTC and options into the LocalMonero experience.

How does my LocalMonero account relate to my AgoraDesk account? Is the XMR balance shared?

LocalMonero and AgoraDesk accounts are completely shared. You don't need to register on AgoraDesk if you have a LocalMonero account, just use the same login/pass on AgoraDesk to login and you'll see your balance, reputation, ads, trades and everything else will be visible within AgoraDesk.
The same is also true for any account that gets registered on AgoraDesk - the XMR balance, XMR ads, XMR trades and everything XMR related will be visible when you login to LocalMonero using the AgoraDesk login/pass.

If I create an ad on LocalMonero, will it be visibile to people searching for XMR ads on AgoraDesk?

Yes! Anyone browsing AgoraDesk searching for XMR ads will be able to see your ad and open a trade with you, and you will be able to undertake the trade exactly as you did before. For all intents and purposes it's as if the counterparty was replying to your ad on LocalMonero.

If I create a BTC or option ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

No. We wanted to keep the LocalMonero core functionality exactly as it is so as to not force unnecessary extra complexity on the people who just want to deal with Monero.

If I create an XMR ad on AgoraDesk, will it be visible on LocalMonero?

Yes! And any LocalMonero user would be able to open a trade with you, just like they would on AgoraDesk.

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I want to get back into BTC, and things have changed since last time I tried. I'm looking for a bit of advice!

Hi everyone. I'm French and I got into bitcoin in late 2017 when it was a super big trend. I used Coinbase to buy like 50€ in BTC and watched it grow (and crumble, lol).
Water has flown under the bridge and now that I have more free time, I'd love to get back into bitcoin. Especially "trading" a little bit (at very low level, like, 100€ max).
I was disappointed in Coinbase because transactions take a long time and the fees were pretty big. Back in 2017, I think Coinbase was about the only wallet available for France.
I've heard that nowadays, there are many more wallets that can deal with French bank accounts. A friend told me ages ago that 'coinbase is shit' and that there are new, amazing ways to buy BTC and other cryptos, and learn more about them.
I checked the sidebar and bitcoin.it, but I'm not sure if everything is up to date and applies to France. Also I filled the form on the Bitcoin website and I got the Bitcoin wallet app recommended, I wasn't sure if it was just a big ad from the site or not.
Sooo I'm looking for advice. I wrote about wallets, but basically any advice is welcome. If you have advice about amounts to buy, how to buy, how to sell, really, whatever, I'll take it.
Thanks
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So is everyone using Paxful (or any other peer-to-peer bitcoin trading platform i.e. LocalBitcoins) at risk of being charged with operating an unlicensed money transmitting business?

From what I’ve read, most countries have anti-money laundering laws that restrict the peer to peer selling of bitcoin. Anything above and beyond one sale would be at risk for running an unlicensed money transmitting business. It varies from place to place but thats the overall sentiment ive read. Has anyone attempted to aquire a money transmitter business license? And if so, what was the process like and in what state/country/province did you do so? I know they typically cost a hefty amount of money snd require a TON of paperwork. In some places the penalty for not having the license is hefty fines and up to 5 years in prison. Just thought id bring that to peoples attention.
PS By the way Im aware of the quantity of scams that are on peer to peer trading sites. But there ARE honest people looking to do good business, you just have to find methods to vet scammers. Please refrain from wasting your time in just commenting about “how theres nothing but scammers there.” Although i get your sentiment, thats not true and it muddys the original purpose of the post. Stay on topic if you can! Lol 😘
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So is everyone using Paxful (or any other peer-to-peer bitcoin trading platform i.e. LocalBitcoins) at risk of being charged with operating an unlicensed money transmitting business?

From what I’ve read, most countries have anti-money laundering laws that restrict the peer to peer selling of bitcoin. Anything above and beyond one sale would be at risk for running an unlicensed money transmitting business. It varies from place to place but thats the overall sentiment ive read. Has anyone attempted to aquire a money transmitter business license? And if so, what was the process like and in what state/country/province did you do so? I know they typically cost a hefty amount of money snd require a TON of paperwork. In some places the penalty for not having the license is hefty fines and up to 5 years in prison. Just thought id bring that to peoples attention.
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Node operators, please set the minrelaytxfee to zero as suggested in the docs.

The previous default was 5000 sat/vkB and it was lowered to 1000 sat/vkB on Oct 13, 2015. On that day bitcoin was trading for $255 / BTC. So it was deemed that a relay limit of $0.01275/vkB was too high so it was lowered to $0.00255/vkB. In today's ($11870) figures that would translate to a minrelaytxfee of 0.00000022 sat/vkB.
Since to 0.14.0 release, the minrelaytxfee still defaults to 1000 sat/vkB, but it is recommend in the relnotes that this limit be completely unset.
Since the changes in 0.12 to automatically limit the size of the mempool and improve the performance of block creation in mining code it has not been important for relay nodes or miners to set -minrelaytxfee.
The -minrelaytxfee option continues to exist but is recommended to be left unset.
source: 0.14.0 relnotes
Unsetting this option (-minrelaytxfee=0) will allow lower fee TXNs to make it to the miners. Miners will then have a larger selection of TXNs to choose from. For users concerned about mempool bloat, just set maxmempool below it's default of 300 MB (-maxmempool=200). Or you could set minrelaytxfee to 11 sat/vkB (-minrelaytxfee=0.00000011)
Ultimately, I would think that changing the default in bitcoin-core from 1000 sat/vkB to 100 sat/vkB might be a good move. The mempool has already run dry 6 days this month. No reason not to let the miners continue to mine some super low-fee TXNs if they want to. They control this with blockmintxfee
What I would suggest adding to bitcoin.conf
minrelaytxfee=0 blockmintxfee=0 maxmempool=300
For those wanting to be more conservative:
minrelaytxfee=0.00000011 blockmintxfee=0.00000011 maxmempool=200
Really anything below 1000 sat/vkB would be better.
References:
Thoughts?
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